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Keanu Reeves reveals story behind viral ‘sad Keanu’ meme: ‘I’m hungry’

Keanu Reeves revealed the story behind the “sad Keanu” meme that went viral in 2010.

In an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert On Monday (December 13), the 57-year-old actor was given a photo of one of the “sad Keanu” memes by the host.

In the original photo, Reeves can be seen sitting alone on a bench, with a slightly panicked expression and a sandwich in hand. The ambiguity of the footage made it a viral meme more than a decade ago.

As soon as Reeves looked at the photo, he said, “I’m just eating a sandwich, man!”

The John Wick the actor went on to explain how he was just “thinking” and “there’s something going on”.

“I am hungry,” he added.

The highly anticipated movie by Reeves Matrix Recovery will be released this month.

A new trailer was released earlier this month depicting Reeves’ Trinity ‘Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss’.

Anchor can also be seen plugged into the Matrix, where he is imbued with the déjà vu of his past experiences.

The film also brings back Lambert Wilson, Jada Pinkett Smith and Daniel Bernhardt from the original trilogy, and a new cast that includes Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Neil Patrick Harris, Jonathan Groff and Priyanka Chopra Jonas.

Fans are “on the moon” after watching the new trailer.

“Well, I thought that first trailer was pretty cool, but this… I was really excited. Looks like they might have solved this,” one fan wrote.

Another added: “Excited is not a good enough word.”

Matrix Recovery Released on December 22nd.

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Emma Bowman

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